Looking for great donuts in Portland Oregon? These three businesses in Portland will fit the bill, whether it be your personal need, or catering events.
ACME DONUTS: Acme donuts is a locally owned and operated bakery in the Selwood district of Portland Oregon that serves a variety of delicious donuts, all decorated with a numerous selection of sweet toppings. prices are good, from $0.75 to $1.25 for a single donut, and less when purchased in bulk . Acme donuts only serves cake and raised style donuts, so fans of the bear claw, apple fritter, crullers ect. will be dissapointed, however their specialization allows for their reputation of producing some of the most inventive, decadent, and of course delicious donuts that can be found. Acme is located on 29th and Powell, just a few blocks away from Cleveland High School.
TONALLI’S DONUTS AND CREAM: Tonali’s is a set of two small-scale bakeries in North Portland that serve a large variety of donuts and other baked confections, as well as hard packed ice cream in fresh waffle cones. The prices per donut at Tonalli’s are a little bit higher than most places, in the range of $1.00-$2.50 per donut, however the size of each donut is generous, and they are delicious; Tonalli’s offers some of the best maple bars around. Tonalli’s has two locations, both in North portland: Tonalli’s Donuts and Cream, located at 2805 NE Alberta St ., and Tonalli’s Donuts and Cream II, located at 8037 N Lombard st .
VOODOO DOUGHNUT: Of course, one of the icons of portland itself, and the donut shop nearest and dearest to every Portlander’s heart is Voodoo Doughnut. Voodoo Doughnut has the widest range of prices per donut, which is fitting considering they also have the largest selection of donuts to choose from. Voodoo’s prices run anywhere fron $0.75 to $6.00, depending on the type of donut. Voodoo is renowned for its creative, and sometimes shocking donuts, that seem equal in their imagination and quality. some examples are the famous Voodoo Doll; a Doll shaped Donut decorated with pretzel sticks and frosting, the Texas Challenge; a Collosal donut, estimated at six times the sixe of a regular glazed donut, and the Bacon Maple bar, which is, as the title suggests, a maple bar with strips of bacon on top. An interesting tidbit about Voodoo Doughnut is that it was featured as one of the stops in the Portland Finale of the thirteenth season of The Amazing Race. The Voodoo Doughnut’s two Portland locations are at 22 SW 3rd Avenue, and the Voodoo Doughnut too! located at 1501 N.E. Davis St.
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